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We met our friend Jason at 9 AM and headed for the city of Suzhou also known as the Venice of the East. It is a city of canals and small boats. We visited the Humble Administrator's Gardens, which you can probably guess were in no way, shape, or form humble. Suzhou is known for its silk making and we saw some ...
... cold today! We will try to blog at the airport tomorrow, but if we can't, we will see you all soon! We have been amazed overall with our students - all extremely well behaved and no homesickness. All their parents can be very proud of the way they participated in school life and Chinese culture with respect, confidence and just the right amount of Aussie humour. They are a credit to CPS and true ...
... welcome. They were concerned that our children did not enjoy their lunch, so they arranged for an afternoon 'tea' of bakery treats and hot water. They then took us all, together with selected students, on a walk to a nearby tulip display where they bought out students kites and ribbons to play with. Back to school for some more lessons, then bus and back home. We're exhausted but looking forward to dinner in the hotel and an early ...
An early start today to a warm welcome and our name up in lights at SEPS. Principal Pan was at the gate to greet us, along with some friends who had visited CPS last year and many curious faces. We were ferried off to our classes - we waved the children off into the great unknown, with pairs of our students in grade six classes. As each pair entered their class they were greeted with rapturous applause! The students followed ...
... except there was no restaurant nor a decent tea house for lunch. Next time we will bring our own basket of Suzhou's famous snack foods and stay longer. Dinner was at the famous "Pine and Crane" restaurant to taste their Squirrel Fish. This restaurant is 200 years old and the story goes that when the Qing Emperor visited Suzhou and demanded a fish dish on the day when the Temple God's birthday was celebrated and no fish killing was allowed, the ...